Sony WH-RF400 Wireless Over-Ear Home Theater Headphones

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Sony WH-RF400 Wireless Over-Ear Home Theater Headphones
Key Features
  • 40mm Drivers
  • Up to 20 Hours of Playback
  • Wireless RF Technology
  • Up to 150' Wireless Range
Enjoy your favorite shows, movies, and games without disturbing others with the WH-RF400 Wireless Over-Ear Home Theater Headphones from Sony. The RF400 headphones are specifically designed for TV and home theater use, both in terms of audio fidelity and comfort. The large 40mm driver units are engineered to let you better hear the highs and lows. When it comes for comfort, they are designed for movie marathons and season binging thanks to a tilt-and-twist adjustable design, and soft, padded earcups.
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Sony WH-RF400 Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Built-In Noise Reduction
  • 3Voice Mode
  • 4Additional Features

Enjoy your favorite shows, movies, and games without disturbing others with the WH-RF400 Wireless Over-Ear Home Theater Headphones from Sony. The RF400 headphones are specifically designed for TV and home theater use, both in terms of audio fidelity and comfort. The large 40mm driver units are engineered to let you better hear the highs and lows. When it comes for comfort, they are designed for movie marathons and season binging thanks to a tilt-and-twist adjustable design, and soft, padded earcups.

The RF400 headphones hook up to your TV via the included dock. Once connected, the headphones will utilize RF technology to automatically sync with it, giving you up to 150' of wireless freedom. When fully charged, the headphones last for up to 20 hours of continuous playback. When you're done watching TV, simply place them onto the included receiver cradle, which will recharge them for next time.

Built-In Noise Reduction

A built-in noise reduction system is engineered to give you clearer sound by blocking interference from other nearby electronic devices.

Voice Mode

When activated, Voice Mode is designed to make the dialogue in your TV shows and movies clearer and more easily understood. To activate it, simply press the Voice Mode button.

Additional Features

Built-in headphone jack and included audio cable for wired connections
Built-in volume controls
UPC: 027242914001

Sony WH-RF400 Specs

Headphone
Driver Size1.57" / 40 mm
DiaphragmPET-Coated
Magnet TypeNeodymium
Impedance32 Ohms
Active Noise CancellationNo
Controls/Microphone LocationEarpiece (Side Unspecified)
Performance
Frequency Response10 Hz to 22 kHz (Wireless)
Sensitivity100 dB
Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)2%
Wireless Connectivity
Wireless TransmissionAnalog UHF (900 MHz)
Wireless Range150' / 45.7 m
Wired Connectivity
Audio Connector to Source1/8" / 3.5 mm
Battery
Runtime20 Hours (BT)
Recharge Time7 Hours
DC Input Power3 VDC
Physical
LED IndicatorYes
Packaging Info
Package Weight2.33 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.5 x 9.8 x 6"
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Does it support Bluetooth type 4.0?

Does it support Bluetooth type 4.0?
Asked by: Harvey
This headset does not use Bluetooth. It includes a transmitter in the box which sends audio via standard UHF frequencies.
Answered by: Daniel
Date published: 2021-01-20

Is there a latency when using RF headphones to ...

Is there a latency when using RF headphones to monitor Microphones that are connected to an audio Interface. I am planning to buy the Sony WH-RF400 to monitor myself when speaking to my Rode NT1 Microphone that is connected to the Rode AI-1 Audio Interface which allows monitoring. When I connect my wired headset to my Rode AI-1 to monitor myself as I speak it produces zero latency. Im just so sick with the cable that I hanging on me and sometimes when I stand-up I forget that there is a wired headphone in my head; dragging it around and risk damage to my audio interface. Will RF headphones good enough for my purpose? The Sony WH-RF400 operates in 863.0 MHz – 865.0 MHz UHF Frequency as stated in the manual. Will this be enough?
Asked by: Hassan
As others said, i wouldn't recommend using these headphones for your use. As it would probably get interference.
Answered by: Bennie
Date published: 2020-10-16
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